Pete Crowther

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Moon Over The Humber - Poem by Pete Crowther

A lambent golden boat
Safe at anchor rides
Upon dark clouds that float
Above Humber’s tides,
Where the owl glides

Silently seeking prey
Over reeds and fen.
Here below, you and I
Gaze on the Moon, then
Turn to kiss again

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 17, 2004

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